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Being a huge zombie-lover (in that they terrify me like nothing else) it was easy for me to enjoy this book despite its flaws. The flaws were small, but still enough so that I didn't give it the highest rating. I found that Brooks repeated himself a bit too much, and I found that he could have made certain passages a bit funnier, because there were points where I got bored over how serious some sections were. I also got bored with sections that didn't necessarily focus on zombies but in general survival.
The last section, "Recorded Attacks" also did not entertain me that much. Mostly, I think, because I felt that some of the stories (not all, mind you) were too vague for me to feel interested in them.
Anyway, it's a quick read, so it won't hurt anyone to invest a little time in it if they want to try it out. Recommended for all zombie-lovers out there.
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Maximillian Michael Brooks (born May 22, 1972) is an American horror author and screenwriter. He is the son of comedy filmmaker Mel Brooks and actress Anne Bancroft.
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